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mursaay, aiay 16, 1918.
You can always do better at Weil's. 48-lt. Dick Peyton went to Minot Sunday with Major Brown. Extra Special at Weil's Saturday and Monday. 48-lt. M. J. bison of Charlson was in Williston last Friday. LOCAL STORIES O. L. Hilch of Ray was a Williston visitor on Wednesday. Dorothy Ryan of Buford. was a vis itor in the city on Tuesday. F. S. Anderson and wife spent Sat urday in Williston shopping.. F. V. Rodger of Wildrose was a vis itor in Williston last Sunday Mr. C. Nilsen of Wahpeton was a visitor in Williston on Monday. W. L. Doe transacted business in Williston the first of this week. D. J. Burns of Fargo transacted business in Williston this week'. Mr. C. B. Pyles left Saturday with the draft boys for Camp Logan. W. G. Owens left Wednesday morn ing for a business trip to Fargo. Mrs. D. F. Peterson of Ray spent Sunday and Monday in Williston. Mrs. Chas. Bradley and son Rob ert are visiting friends .at Buford. Edgar Grandt of Stanley transacted business here the first of this week. First class and prompt work done on all photo work at Olson's. 48-2t. LYRIC Friday and Saturday May 17 and 18 Kitty Gordon —in— "The Purple Lily" Here's a picture youH enjoy. The picture was taken in mid winter in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains and the snow scenes are of surpassing beauty. Also a comedy featuring Fatty Arbuckle in his latest comedy '"Out West" Two shows in the evening, first at 8 P. M. Matinee Saturday at 3 P. M. Monday and Tues. May 20 and 21 Margaret Elkins and Edith Storey —in— "Treasure of the Sea" A 5-Act Metro Screen Drama of Romance and High Adven ture. Matinee Monday at 3 P. M. Two shows in the evening, first at 8 P. M. Wednesday, May 22 Carlyle Blackwell and Evelyn Greeley —in— "Leap to Fame" There's a mystery in this pic ture which adds to its superior entertainment value. YouH be kept guessing and .constantly interested from the stajt to the very finish of this altogether pleasing picture. Another chapter of the famous picture "The Son of Democracy" is also, shown on Wednesday. Matinee at 4:15 Two shows in the evening, first at 8 P. M. Thurs. and Friday May 23 and 24 Theda Bara —in— "Du Barry 99 Two shows in the evening, first at 8 P. M. LYRIC A. O. Wolf of Zahl spent Friday of last week in Williston on business. Mr .Boyd Kline of Buford was in Williston on business last Thursday. C. R. Ennis of Ray transacted busi ness in Williston the first of the week. Mr. L. G. DeLong of Glasgow was in Williston last Friday on business. Mr. P. W. Lacey of Charlson spent last Friday in Williston on business. Miss Orvold of Alexander was a Williston visitor the first of the week. Miss Helen Quamme of Bonetraili spent last Friday in Williston shop ping. F. C. Berry of Glasgow transacted business in Williston the first of the week. Clarence Foley of Scobey was a visitor in Williston the first of the week. Miss Allison of McGregor was a visitor here on Wednesday of this week. Mr. Claude Lindsqy of Watford City is transacting business here this week. Miss Dollie Johnson spent Friday and Saturday in Williston visiting friends. C. B. Morgard of Glasgow, Mont., was a visitor in Williston last Sat urday. Mr. E. Simont of Crosby spent sev eral days the first of the week in Wil liston. Mr. O. J. Tumilile of Hanks, was a business visitor in Williston last Friday. L. J. Rodman left Monday on No. 2 for Minneapolis for a short busi ness trip. Mrs. D. E. Fuller of Alexander, N. D., spent Friday and Saturday here shopping. Miss A. M. Hubert spent Friday last visiting friends and shopping in Williston. Rev. S. S. Hitchcock was called to'^ho New Rockford yesterday to conduct a funeral. Margareth Jorgensen of Kenmare spent the first of the week visiting in Williston. H. N. Peterson of Wheelock spent several days in Williston this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hurd of Alex ander spent Sunday visiting friends in Williston. Mrs. F. B. Marer came in from the farm Friday and spent the day with friends here. Mr. A. N. Nelsbn of Scobey was in Williston the last part of fast week on business, Mr. W. R. Albert of Minot trans acted business in Williston the first of the week. Miss Julia Saterlie of Buford spent Saturday and Sunday in Williston vis iting friends. Attorney E. B. Goss of Minot was a business visitor in Williston Sunday and Monday. Russell McNary who lives at Hu ford left Williston last Saturday for Camp Logan. Have you had baby's picture taken lately? If not, why not? Olson's Studio. 48-2t. Mr. William Broderick left Friday noon on No. 2 for a short business trip to Minot. Chas. Grandt of Stanley spent a few days this week in Williston trans acting business. H. E. Leland of Fingal, N. D., spent Sunday and Monday in Willis ton on business. Miss Lilly Carlson of White Earth spent the first part of the week visit ing friends here. Miss Anna and Ida Polis of Alamo were visitors in Williston the latter part of last week. Mr. Lewis McFadden of Niche, N. D., spent a few days this week in Wil liston on business. Mr. J. H. Rowand of Glasgow, Mont., spent Saturday of last week in Wil liston on business. Mrs. W. Lemeux of Fairview, Mont., was in Williston on Monday on a shopping trip. Mr. W. C. Drakeley and wife of Alamo made a shopping trip to Wil liston last Friday. Mrs. C. B. Fairbanks of Alex ander spent the latter part of last week in Williston. Mr. B. C. Roche returned Wednes day from a several weeks visit in Minnesota and Iowa. Mr. Henry Peplinski of Epping was a visitor in Williston on Sunday and Monday of this week. Jonothan McDonald of Trenton spent several days of last week in Williston on business. itfr. T. Riley of Wolf Point Mont., spent several days of last week in Williston on business. E. J. Charpentier of Ray left Wil liston last Saturday with the draft beys for Camp Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Peterson of Ep ping were visitors in Williston the latter part of last week. Thos Bole of Harvey transacted! business in Williston Tuesday and I k. Vikan. Wednesday of this week. I Miss Lilly Friihter of Winnipeg ar rived here the latter part of the week for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shee of Alexander were visitors here on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Mr. J. C. Brusmade Jr., of Mandan, N. D., was a visitor in Williston the latter part of last week. Mrs. Clyde Kenney returned to Zahl Wednesday to reopen her school af ter a 10 days quarantine. Mrs. S. S. Moen and Cecil Moen of Culbertson, Mont., were visitors here in Williston last Saturday. Roy Foster left Tuesday morning for points in Minnesota to buy sev eral cars of seed potatoes. An 8-pound baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Guiness on Friday, May Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marin of Bu ford spent Thursday and Friday of last week in Williston shopping. L. S. Champine of Malta, Mont., spent a couple of days here the first of the week transacting business. Mrs. George Mcintosh and daugh ter returned last Saturday after sev eral months visit with her mother. We have made special prepara tions to take care of all graduation photo work. Olson's Studio. 48-2t. Mrs. L. V. Coulter returned Wednes day evening from Minot where she visited with relatives since Saturday. F. E. Backer made a business trip to several of the surrounding towns on Monday and Tuesday of this week. It is time to think about those graduation photos that you are go ing to have taken at Olson's. 48-2t. Mr. A. W. Anderson who lives at Charlson, N. D., was in Williston last Friday looking after business affairs. Mr. O. E. Jones and J. E. Jones both of Ryder, N. D., transacted busi ness in Williston the first of the week. Leo Lisk of Alamo came in last Friday to see some of the Alamo boys left for«CamP Sheriff Mackenroth made a busi ness trip to Camp Lewis, Washing ton last* week" returning the first of the week. Mrs. Lloyd Petty returned Sunday from Camp Dodge where she has been visiting her husband for the past three weeks. Mrs., D. F. Fuller of Alexander spent several days here this week visiting wit hher daughter Lois and also friends. Joseph Cinchy of Hanks was a visi tor in Williston last week. Mr. Cinchy left Saturday with the draft boys for Camp Logan. W. P. Stevenson of Minot, Assis tant Engineer for the Great North ern R. R. was a visitor in Williston last Saturday. W. J. O'Rourke left Wednesday for Minot where he will make a short visit before going to Fargo where he will transact business. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer and daughter returned to their home at Minot Sun day after visiting friends and rela tives here for a week. William Dundon who is proving up his claim at Spanish Point., was in Williston on Saturday and Sunday to get a store of supplies. Adam McCormick of Spokane, Wash., who formerly was in the gro cery business here at Williston is here visiting friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lord of Plenty wood, Mont., spent Friday of last week in Williston shopping and look ing after business affairs. Oscar C. Johnson of Alamo spent several days of last week here visit ing friends before leaving with the draft boys last Saturday. Prof. L. A. White left on No. 4 Wednesday morning for Grand Forks to attend a meeting of the school su perintendents of the state. Edwin A. Palmer left Wednesday noon on No. 2 for Fargo where he went to attend a meeting of the Food Administration of the state. J. Paul Jones of Epping spent sev eral days of last. week in Williston leaving here Saturday with the draft boys for Camp Logan, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. John Penson and granddaughter Penelope Johnson of Alexander spent a few days the lat ter part of the week visiting friends here. Mrs. P. E. Livdahl and her mother and five children left Sunday noon for Farog where Mrs. Livdahl will visit with her mother for an indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. George Everson re turned last Thursday from Bottineau where they were called by the sick ness and the death of their cousin, K. Misg Beu ,ah Mrs. J. R. Murphy and Mrs. John. for Minot where she will visit friends Craig spent several days this week.for a short time before leaving for in Minot visiting. They returned! Minneapolis to prepare to leave for home Wednesday evening on No. 3. France soon. LaBerg le W1LL1STUN GRAPHIC C. Mc- 10. Read Weil's ad in this issue. 48-lt. Goods Specially Priced at Weil's for Saturday and Monday. 48-lt. H. M. Peterson, cashier of the Citi zen's State Bank of Epping is a busi ness visitor in this city today. Logan on Satur- Graduating time is drawing near and you will need your photograph taken. Olson's Studio is the place. 48-2t. M. E. Begale, Simon Berget and Ole A. Olson all of McGregor, Iowa, spent several Says this week in Wil liston. Edna Coulter returned Sunday even ing from Tasker, N. Dak., where she has been teaching for the past nine months. ft Monday Dr. H. J. Baker will leave Sunday for Grand Forks where he will at tend the Dental Convention. He will take a course in Minnesota University before returning. Louis Olson, formerly pianist at the Orpheum returned Sunday from a two weeks visit with ^relatives in Chicago and has now accepted the position as pianist at the Lyric Theatre. J. Ed. Meyer moved to Williston this week and will travel out of here for a Twin City Hardware firm. Mr. Meyer will take the place of Chas. Sharp who has been transferred to eastern points. Mrs. Mary Harvey returned home Friday evening from Camp Dodge where she has been visiting the past two weeks. Pearl and Manilla who have also been visiting there will re main another week. C. C. Converse of the law firm of Palmer, Craven and Converse, an nounced himself this week as a can didate for the office of States Attor ney subject to the will of the repub lican primaries to be held in June. W. H. Westergaard returned Mon day from Bowman, N. D., where he had been on business for a few days. Mr. Westergaard made the trip by auto and reported that the crop con ditions along the way were excellent. David Jacobson who has been farm ing north of Spring Brook for some time has accepted the position of Deputy Sheriff of Williams county. Mr. Jacobson is well known throhgh out the county and is a college grad uate. Mr. G. A. Stenehjem, banker of Arnegard, was a visitor in Williston Monday. Mr. Stenehjem reports that the crops in McKenzie county are look ing fine and the acreage as good as could be expected under the present conditions. Bring us your films to be develop ed and printed. First class and prompt work. Olson's Studio. 48-2t. aVcation time is near and you will be getting your Kodak into action again. Remember that we give spe cial attention to all developing and printing. Olson's Studio. 48-2t. L. H. Alexander arrived in Willis ton last Friday and will make his headquarters here. Mr. Alexander comes' to take the place of Mr. C. E. Moe who has worked out of here for some time for the Standard Oil Co. Mr. Moe has moved to Billings, Mont., where he will look after the interests of the Independent Refining Co. BRAATELIEN FOR STATES ATTORNEY H. W. Bratelien announced the first of this week that he will run for the nomination on the Republican ticket for States Attorney at the primaries to be held in June. Mr. Braatelien is "cine df Williston's prominent attor neys and we feel sure he is well quali fifed fot this position. WHEELOCK RED CROSS REPORT Financial statement of the Whee lock branch of the Williams County chapter of the A. R. C., for the month of April, 1918: Receipts Bal 4-1 S10I.C5 Annual dues 4.00 Mis.r income 62.45 Total $168.10 Expenditures Rent, heat and light I 1.50 Williams Co. Chapter, mem 4.00 William's County Chapter (ma terial) 10.00 A. W. (material) 18.26 H. K. Thue (material) 9.23 Total $104.47 Bal. on deposit 5-1-1918—$63.63^ List of articles shipped to Willis ton, N. Dak. 4.29-1918: Three sweaters, Four helmets, twenty-three pair of socks, 19 bed shirts, 14 abdominal bandages^ 12 triangular bandages, and some hand kerchiefs. Vernon E. Crosse, Chairman. gifts for The Boy graduate Watches Gold-Silver Belt Buckles Waldemar Chains Vest Pocket Knives Fountain Pens Signet-Set Rings Cuff Links Scarf Pins Tie Clasps Gillette Sets DEATH OF MRS. O. Williston E. WESTBERG Word was received here Tuesday of the death of Mrs. O. E. Westberg at Pheonix, Arizona, where she has made her home the past year on ac count of her health. Mr. Westberg left here Monday for Pheonix upon word of the serious illness of his wife and a message announcing her death was received here Tuesday. News of the death of Mrs. Westberg comes as a shock to the community and their heartfelt sympathy go to the family in their hour of sorrow. A. J. Brunner of Minot is in the city this week looking after hi? in terests in connection with the R. C. Sanborn Lumber yard. are l?er^ —and our store is full of splendid sug gestions—-for the miss who lays aside the cap and the gown—the falling curtain marks an era full of pleasant memories to fill future days—a little reminder of the occasion is sure to be treasured and long remembered. There is a mode in jewelry and if it is the new thing yu seek—you will find it here—look in the Weatherwax window and be convinced. Courtesy and attention extended whether you purchase or not. H. L. WEATHERWAX Polls to be opened at 48-3t. C. C. A A I O N For such an important event you cer tainly want to remember the occasion by a good photograph. Pasonault will surely please you. Studio 36 Main Street. Williston, N. D. Graduation Time SWEETS In your selection of a suitable gift for the Graduate we call your attention to our complete line of box confections. We have used special care in the selec tion of our large and complete assortment and cordially invite your inspection of the same. A fancy box filled with the purest and the best confection made will surely gladen the heart of the graduate. Plain and brick ice cream in any color or flavor for the luncheon or social function. Your order will be given our prompt and courteous attention. Give us a trial. FRESH FRUIT ALWAYS ON HAND Paris Confectionary Co. ilin* I NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday the fifth day of June, A. D. 1918, an annual election will be held at the Central School House in the City of Williston, county of Wil liams, State of North Dakota, forth* purpose of electing the following members of the Board of Education, for the Williston Special School Dis trict No. one. Two members of the Board of Education for a term of three years and one District Treas urer for a term of one year. 9 A. M. close at 4 o'clock P. and M. of that day. By order of the Board of Education. Mackenroth, Clerk. N. Dak. & GIFTS FOR The Girl GRADUATE Wrist Watches Diamond Lavalliers A String of Pearls Ivory Sets. Diamond Rings Cameo Brooches Gold-Silver Thimbles Gold Hat Pins Pearl Earirngs Gold Spot Pins Gold-Silver Lingere Clasps